The Motion picture in persuasion

United States, 1974

Film
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Episode of Series “Frank Capra: the man above the title”.
Based on Frank Capra’s book this documentary shows Capra’s involvement with the ‘Why We Fight’ series of World War Two. Capra reflects upon the use of film for overt ideological persuasion. Includes archival footage and excerpts from “Meet John Doe” and “It Happened One Night”.

Credits

producer/director

Lawrence Ott

production company

United States Information Agency

Language

English

Duration

00:33:08:00

Colour

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